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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Am I missing anything?
Kane

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Barked: Fri Dec 13, '13 2:01pm PST 
I actually got rid of lentils in the recipe. My one dalmatian is havig urine problems from the purine content so I came up with a new recipe that is good on purine.
all meaurements are of uncooked, and everything is cooked.

6 cups rice
5 lbs chicken (or beef )
2 lbs turkey
5 chopped apples
2 cups blue berries
2 cup strawberries
1 banana
1 cups cranberries
4 lbs mixed veggies
and I got a multivitamin to give him. but until it comes these are supplements ge gets per day:

2 fishoil tablets
1 vit B pill
1 vit E gel
1 tablespoon flax seed
1 tablespoon on coconut oil
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Am I missing anything?
Kane

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Barked: Fri Dec 6, '13 6:52pm PST 
Am I missing for any of my dogs? here is the recipe

okay so this is the recipe for all 3 dogs :

5lbs beef
3cups rice
2cup lentils
2lbs veggies
2 apples
1 banana

This makes about 17-18 lbs of food. I measure out 1 lb bags and freeze them.

Supplements:

Kane is a 62 lbs 4 year old lab, allergies to chicken and fish:

Vit E-400 IU
Vit B- 6 oz liver a week
Vit C- 500 mg of Ester C
Vit A - 1000 units per cup of food daily (2500 units)
Calcium- 1/4 tsp egg shell daily -Can I use oyster shells? I have a bag from chickens
Fish oil- 2,000 MG

Elvis is a 40lb 16 month Dalmatian with Chicken sensitivities.
Vit E- 320 IU
Vit B- 4 Oz liver weekly
Vit C- 500 mg
Vit A 2000 Units
Calcium- 1/8 tsp egg shell ( Or oyster if i can use it)
Fish oil- 2000 mg

Ozzy is a 45lb 16 month Dalmatian
Vit E- 360 IU
Vit B- 4 oz liver weekly
Vit C- 500 MG of Ester C
Vit A- 2000 units
Calcium- 1/8 tsp egg shell (or oyster)
Fish oil- 2000 mg

Can I use oyster shells instead of egg shells? all 3 have chicken sensitivities. And what about using fish oil on the lab? can I substitute with something else? He has fish sensitivities.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Wed Nov 27, '13 12:15am PST 
Also, everything is cooked. The beef may be half way cooked. I don't mind feeding raw meat. Just cant afford to go 100% raw with all 3.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Wed Nov 27, '13 12:10am PST 
okay so this is the recipe for all 3 dogs :

5lbs beef
3cups rice
2cup lentils
2lbs veggies
2 apples
1 banana

This makes about 17-18 lbs of food. I measure is 1lb bags and freeze them.

Supplements:

Kane is a 62 lbs lab:
Vit E-400 IU
Vit B- 6 oz liver a week
Vit C- 500 mg of Ester C
Vit A - 1000 units per cup of food daily (2500 units)
Calcium- 1/4 tsp egg shell daily -Can I use oyster shells? I have a bag from chickens
Fish oil- 2,000 MG

Elvis is a 40lb 16 month Dalmatian with Chicken sensitivities.
Vit E- 320 IU
Vit B- 4 Oz liver weekly
Vit C- 500 mg
Vit A 2000 Units
Calcium- 1/8 tsp egg shell ( Or oyster if i can use it)
Fish oil- 2000 mg

Ozzy is a 45lb 16 month Dalmatian
Vit E- 360 IU
Vit B- 4 oz liver weekly
Vit C- 500 MG of Ester C
Vit A- 2000 units
Calcium- 1/8 tsp egg shell (or oyster)
Fish oil- 2000 mg

Can I use oyster shells instead of egg shells? all 3 have chicken sensitivities. And what about using fish oil on the lab? can I substitute with something else? He has fish sensitivities.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Wed Nov 6, '13 8:11pm PST 
This is so confusing lol is there some sort of supplement I can give him on top of their food? instead of buying bunch of different supplements.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?
Kane

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Barked: Wed Nov 6, '13 8:02am PST 
This is the nuggets I give them, do I still need to supplement? http://www.primalpetfoods.com/product/detail/c/7/id/3
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Tue Nov 5, '13 2:18pm PST 
They will be getting one "Primal raw nugget" with each breakfast to make up for the organ meats. And grains and legumes will be cooked. Meat may be half way cooked, it's added in at the end.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Mon Nov 4, '13 2:27pm PST 
I should add that my two dalmatians are 15 months one needs to lose 4 lbs the other needs to lose 1 lbs Lab could use to pack on a few lbs
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > Balanced meals?

Kane

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Barked: Mon Nov 4, '13 2:00pm PST 
I am started to cook food for my three dogs. I will need 1 batch for my two dalmatians and another for my lab who has allergies to grains and chicken. The recipes are as follows:

Dalmatians:
5lbs boneless chicken
1lb mixed veggies (carrots, green beans, ect)
3 cups of rice
1cup lentils
18 eggs, shell included
2oz beef liver.

Lab:
5lbs ground beef
1lb mixed veggies( carrots, green beans, ect)
2 cans of kidney beans
1tsp cinnamon
18 eggs, shells included
5 oz beef liver

Now I know these are not a balanced meal. I need supplements. Vit B should be covered by the liver. Vit A should be covered by veggies. I plan on adding coconut oil, may add 2 tsp to each batch. What else do I need to add? Eggs with shells will cover the Calcium.
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Sports & Agility > Weight Pulling
Elvis Pawsly-

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Barked: Mon Oct 14, '13 12:32am PST 
I have a 15 month Dalmatian. And would like to start weight pulling training with him. Is there anything I need to know? Do I need to increase his food? He is currently 44 lbs but needs to get down to 40 lbs. I made a simple weight pulling harness for now for the light weight pulling (No more than 15 lbs on this harness) Once we get into the heavier weights we will be using an actual weight pulling harness. Any tips? advice?
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